The 2018 Chinese Gold and Silver Panda Coins Now Available to Order
The iconic Giant Panda Bear of China is about to make its appearance again. Every year, the Chinese Mint releases gold and silver coins featuring a different depiction of a Giant Panda Bear. The Giant Panda Bear is native to south central China. This year’s design of the Giant Panda Bear is certain to be a favorite.
Up Close and Personal
The Chinese Mint has revealed the 2018 version of its gold and silver panda coins. (pictured below). The 2018 version of these coins features a close up profile a giant panda bear’s face clutching and eyeing a bamboo stick, the staple diet of giant panda bears.
The gold and silver Panda coins are denominated in grams rather than ounces, a change made with the introduction of the 2016 mintage. The 30 gram coin is roughly equivalent to a one troy ounce coin, but is slightly smaller as a one troy ounce coin weighs 31.1035 grams.
While Chinese silver and gold panda coins are bullion products, they are a favorite among collectors because the design changes each year and they have generally been produced in low mintages.
The 2018 Silver Panda Coins
The Chinese Silver Panda coin is produced in a 30 gram Silver Panda size with a face value of 10 Yuan. The Silver Panda contains 30 grams of .999 fine silver bullion.
The obverse of the 30g Chinese Silver Panda coin features the famous the Beijing Temple of Heaven with Chinese inscription above the image reading, “People’s Republic of China” and the date of mintage, 2018.
The reverse of the 2018 Chinese Silver Panda Coin depicts a Giant Panda Band clutching a bamboo shoot.
Each Chinese Silver Panda coin is shipped in a protective mint capsule.
The Chinese Silver Panda Obverse
The Chinese Silver Panda Reverse
Tray of 15 Chinese Silver Pandas
Monster Box of 450 Chinese Silver Pandas
All Chinese Silver Panda coins are IRA eligible.
The Chinese Gold Panda Coins
The Chinese Gold Panda coins is produced in a variety of sizes including a 1 and 30 gram size with a face value of 10 and 500 Yuan, respectively.
The 10 and 500 Yuan Gold Panda coins contains 1 and 30 grams of .999 fine gold bullion.
The obverse of the Chinese Gold Panda coins features the famous the Beijing Temple of Heaven with Chinese inscription above the image reading, “People’s Republic of China” and the date of mintage, 2018.
The reverse of the 2018 Chinese Gold Panda coins depict a Giant Panda Band clutching a bamboo shoot.
Each Chinese Gold Panda coin is shipped in a protective mint capsule.
The 30 Gram Gold Chinese Gold Panda Obverse
The 30 Gram Gold Chinese Gold Panda Reverse
The One Gram Gold Chinese Gold Panda
All Chinese Gold Panda coins are IRA eligible.
This article by BGASC is not, and should not be regarded as, investment advice or as a recommendation regarding any particular course of action.